Sunday, February 25, 2024

OHFA seeks public input on Oklahoma Housing Stability Program

The Oklahoma Housing Stability Program was created by the Oklahoma legislature earlier this year.  The purpose of the program is to increase the number of single-family residences available for purchase across the State of Oklahoma for families with incomes up to $120% of the AMI, provide gap financing to aid and incentivize the production of rental housing across the state and remove the barrier to homeownership for Oklahomans caused by the lack of available funds for down payment and closing costs associated with buying a home.

There are opportunities for bankers and the public to comment on the proposed program through in-person and video forums.

Three public input sessions have been scheduled for the Oklahoma Housing Stability Program. The public is invited to participate by attending one of these sessions and/or providing comment on the program’s draft white paper utilizing this discussion board.

July 10 at 1:00 p.m.Metro Tech Springlake CampusBusiness Conference Center Auditorium (Map)1900 Springlake Dr.Oklahoma City, OK 73111Register for Oklahoma City Input Session

July 11 at 1:00 p.m.OSU-TulsaConference Center Auditorium (Map)700 N. Greenwood Ave.Tulsa, OK 74106Register for Tulsa Input Session

July 12  at 1:00 p.m.Virtual Zoom MeetingRegister for Zoom Meeting